How Does CBD Muscle Rub Work?

April 6, 2023 0 Comments

As you look for effective ways to soothe and synergize your body you may be considering hemp-derived CBD. An increasing number of athletes, fitness buffs, and those looking to manage their chronic or acute pain are exploring natural alternatives. While CBD oil can be applied topically, a CBD joint and muscle rub is easier to apply than oil. Here’s what you need to know.

Please Note—CBD companies cannot provide medical advice and we cannot guarantee that CBD will effectively soothe your mind or body. The data we provide is for informational purposes. Consult with your physician for guidance on all topical products and dietary supplements.

Is CBD Legal?

Yes, as of the, industrial hemp with .3 percent or less of the intoxicating compound THC is legal to buy, sell, possess, and use in all 50 states. Products that contain more than .3 percent THC are classified as marijuana and vary in legality from one state to the next.

However, CBD and marijuana are both derived from different strains of the cannabis plant, of which there are over 700 strains. Currently, the federal government doesn’t distinguish between hemp and marijuana, so both are classified as a Schedule I Drug. This means that employers, schools, and extracurricular activities can prohibit use. So, ensure you understand the drug policies you have agreed to before you begin using hemp-derived CBD. The consequences of use or possession that violate the drug policies that you’ve agreed to span the range of being suspended, terminated, or expelled.

What Does CBD Do To Muscles?


CBD is the active compound responsible for the medicinal benefits of CBD, not the THC. So, CBD delivers the benefits of marijuana without the high.

The bullet point benefits of CBD muscle rub below are the most common ways Holmes Organic’s customers use our CBD cream. However, this is for informational purposes only as CBD companies are not allowed to provide medical advice. If you are considering CBD for any of the symptoms or conditions below—speak with a physician for guidance.

Chronic pain & inflammation
Acute pain & inflammation
Workout recovery

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